Category Archives: Digital Cultures

Designing for Digital Literacy Survey

Please participate! I am inviting you to participate in this survey “Designing for Digital Literacy” at as part of a larger research project on curricular and infrastructural development within the digital humanities because you are affiliated with an undergraduate … Continue reading

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Digital Literacy for the Dumbest Generation

Marc Baeurlein argues that undergraduates now and undergraduates to come soon are “the least curious and intellectual generation in national history.”[i] Dubbing them “the dumbest generation” and “mentally agile” but “culturally ignorant,” Bauerlein decrees that The Web hasn’t made them better … Continue reading

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Digital Humanities Inflected Undergraduate Programs

The following list has been collected from various respondents to an informal survey on the Humanist Discussion Group. Though McCarty and Kirschenbaum’s list of “Institutional models for humanities computing” at is extensive, I am interested in an updated account … Continue reading

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